Please help with some info. I went & saw a Endo doc . My C-peptide test results are 4.7. They are not worried or care to do anything but keep me on a sample pack of Nevolog flex pen reg fast acting. My BS's are now 200 3oo, after a month! Shouldn't I be on long acting? As my number are not doing what they should with great diet and watching every carb I eat and no sugars. My vision is so bad prescriptions with bifocals I need magnify glass. I have called doctor with no results. Will see me on 30th. This was 2 wks ago. Any advise? I remember while I was in hospiutal my levels went up due to steriods. So they gave me according to how many units over. Wouldn't it be same here? and if Im at b4 meal at 91 do I still need a shot? Thank youView Thread
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